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Virginia Wesleyan Rape Case Trial Begins

Virginia Wesleyan Rape Case Trial Begins The Virginia Wesleyan College rape case started in civil trial as of last week. Attorney Halperin is representing the victim who was allegedly raped by an upperclassman on the school’s campus back in 2012. ABC 13 News Now reported that the former student of VWC is suing the college …

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Nissan Recalls 3.5 Million Faulty Airbags

Nissan Recalls 3.5 Million Faulty Airbags Nissan Motors has joined the airbag recall to the tune of 3.5 million U.S. vehicles. The problem lies with a faulty passenger seat sensor and is safety critical. What Is Wrong With the Airbags? When operating properly, the sensing system is supposed to detect whether the front passenger seat …

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Self-Driving Cars Bad News for Personal Injury Lawyers?

Self-Driving Cars Bad News for Personal Injury Lawyers? With Honda and Chevy now joining Tesla in making self-driving or semi-driverless cars, the days of auto accidents may be numbered. No crashes, no personal injury lawyers needed thank you. Tesla pioneered cars on auto-pilot with its pricy Model S. Just last week it announce a budget ($35K …

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Time for Mandatory Pedestrian Detection Systems on Cars

With the rise of pedestrian deaths related to car accidents in DC, Maryland and Virginia, it’s time for mandatory pedestrian detection systems on all new cars. Sensor technology has focused on vehicle-to-vehicle detection systems for use in autonomous driving cars. With human error as the leading cause of motor vehicle fatalities, self-driving cars many one day reduce …

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Virginia Senate Bill Would Outlaw “Dooring” of Cyclists

Virginia Senate Bill Would Outlaw “Dooring” of Cyclists A new proposed bill in the Virginia Senate would fine motorists who “door” bicyclists. VA Senate bill #117 would amend Va. Code §46.2-818 to impose a $50 fine on anyone who opens a car door “unless it is reasonably safe to do so.” A Virginia House committee is …

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Do You Qualify for the NCAA Concussion Class Action Settlement?

Do You Qualify for the NCAA Concussion Class Action Settlement? Did you play an NCAA college sport? Do you suffer from Post-Concussion Syndrome? If so, the January 26, 2015 NCAA nation-wide class action settlement may right be for you. In a landmark lawsuit, plaintiff Adrian Arrington sued the NCAA on behalf of 4.4 million current and …

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